The writer is a serving IPS officer. Views are personal.
Kashmir poses not just moral but also existential questions involving statecraft.
Is this the beginning of another scorching summer of discontent in the Valley?
As a police officer, and citizen, I find JNU debate an assault on public interest
Going by this viewpoint, the army is the sole repository of competence and commitment in anti-terror operations in the country.
In all mythologies, the mountains belong to the gods. The Kailash Manasarovar region too is a Jerusalem of religious traditions. And most appropriately, the fabled yatra is a journey of renunciation.
Yakub Memon gets all legal protections, and all the tears. The policeman lives and dies unsung.
National security needs that led him to press for the IPS are as alive as ever
Freedom to mock and ridicule the powerful has thankfully been restored.
India cannot be policed with 19th century laws and mindsets.
Controversy around CBI director’s visitors should not be used to stifle police autonomy.
The question is not of the individual culpability of Vanzara and his team,but of the systemic distortions that have led us to this situation
The Saji Mohan saga is shameful. But it also offers an opportunity for the police to cleanse itself
To understand the evil that flourished in Nithari, look at its thana, or any thana across the country. That’s where it all begins. And where it still continues
K C Surendrababu was a dyed-in-the-wool Telugu bidda. When I first met him during training at Hyderabad, he spoke Hindi haltingly with a lyr...
The dreaming spires of Oxford are some distance away from the police station of Jhabreda in district Haridwar of Uttaranchal. The distance i...